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Never.

The Word “Never”

Never.  We say this word a lot.  We use it as an expression when we are almost speechless.  Other times we declare something by it’s use, and still some times we use it to command those around us.  We also use the word to share our thoughts about others.  And at times we use the word to predict the future.Read more of this blog post »

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“Just like using drugs and alcohol to numb the pain can -- and does -- lead to addiction, using social media to fill the void of relationships, or other needs, often leads to addiction, as well.”
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“Social media inflames our already inflated view of self.”
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“Loving others means being willing to do things for their benefit more than your own. And sometimes that looks like a Facebook account!”
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“Let the wife make her husband glad to come home and let him make her sorry to see him leave.”
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“Do what you think best with it, George, and may God help us both.”
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“It is not always possible to come to an agreement before one goes to sleep but it is possible to go to sleep in a loving and peaceable manner knowing that the problem can be worked out in love at a later time.”
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“A Christian is never dependent on the response of others to grow spiritually. It's our own heart's decisions that matter”
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“People whose minds are not strengthened for endurance are by no means always unintelligent. They simply have never stopped to think that the use of the mind for the purpose of growth is a necessary part of a God-pleasing lifestyle.”
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